How to detect hard disk actual size windows server 2003 Tags: Windows Server 2003 Hard Drives Partition Servers Windows Last response: February 25, 2013 10:24 AM in Windows 2000/NT Share anaigini45 February 25, 2013 5:25:13 AM Hello, I performed a fresh installation of Windows Server 2003, and when it reaches the screen to format/partition drive, there is only 3084 MB of space shown. Only one partition, and with that much space. What can be wrong? This server is an IBM System X 3550 server, with 2 SAS hard disks, of 150 GB capacity each. More about : detect hard disk actual size windows server 2003 The Stealthinator February 25, 2013 10:24:00 AM Format the disk, then you will get the most available space. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumNorton Ghost 2003 : Cant boot XP after creating system disk .. ForumHow to increase the size of hard disk partition ForumHow to install windows 2003 server in external hard disk ForumHow to detect actual number of print copies sent from MSWord Forum2nd SATA drive detected in BIOS but NOT in Windows Disk Management ForumDisplay ram lower then actual ram? ForumHard disk label vs. actual capacity difference seems excessive... ForumWindows Server 2003 Domain Crashed - No backup! Forumquestion On Hard Disk Partitions ForumDisable BIOS auto- detect hard disk settings ForumI Just bought a 2TB drive, Win XP & BIOS only detect 1TB .... ForumWindows 7 setup doesn't detect hard drive ForumNew Windows Server and Hyper V setup ForumHard Drive Displaying Incorrect Disk Usage ForumWindows Server 2003 out of space ForumParallel and com ports not appearing in device manager More resources !